Journal Articles and Book Chapters:
“Teaching South African History in the Digital Age: Collaboration, Pedagogy, and Popularizing History,” with Omar Badsha, Special Issue, History in Africa, (forthcoming 2020).
“In Peace and Rebellion: Inkosi Mhlabunzima Maphumulo” in Born out of Sorrow: Collected Essays on Life in Pietermaritzburg and the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands under Apartheid (1948-1994), Natal Society Foundation (forthcoming).
“Gender, Shame, and the ‘Efficacy of Congress Methods of Struggle’ in 1959 Natal Women’s Revolts,” South African Historical Journal 71, no. 2 (2019): 1-20.
“Bantu Authorities and Betterment: The Ambiguous Responses of Natal’s Chiefs and Regents, 1955-1970,” Journal of Southern African Studies 41(2), 2015.
“’Women Were Not Supposed to Fight’: The Gendered Uses of Martial and Moral Zuluness during uDlame (1990-1994)” in Jan Bender Shetler (ed.), Gendering Ethnicity in African Women’s Lives. (University of Wisconsin Press, 2015).
“‘It is because of our Islam that we are there’: The Call of Islam in the United Democratic Front,” African Historical Review 41, no. 1 (Jul 2009): 118-139.
Book Reviews, Encyclopedia Articles, Other Writing:
“Notes from the Field,” The Historian, 81: 2 (2019): 206-209.
The Historian 79:1 (2017): 103-104, Review of Christopher Lee, Unreasonable Histories: Nativism, Multiracial Lives, and the Genealogical Imagination in British Africa.
South African Historical Journal 68:2 (2016): 230-233, Review of Joel Cabrita, Text and Authority in the South African Nazaretha Church.
Safundi, 16:2 (2015): 241-244, Review of David Thelen and Karie Morgan, Experiencing Sophiatown: Conversations among Residents about the Past, Present and Future of a Community.
H-Genocide, H-Net Reviews (Jul 2013), Review of Mohamed Adhikari, The Anatomy of a South African Genocide: The Extermination of the Cape San Peoples.
“African women and African-born women” in Daina Ramey Berry and Deleso Alford Washington (eds.), Enslaved Women in America: An Encyclopedia. Greenwood Press, 2012.